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Notchbacks with wrap around spoilers. Lets see yours by FieroMonkey
Started on: 10-22-2009 01:59 AM
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I have a white T-Top Formula I would love to put a wrap around spoiler on.

It would be great to see some shots of yours and know where you got yours and how you mounted it.

price would also be nice if you can share.

so lets see them!

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Looks pretty cool! Almost an IMSA Indy combo! Nice!
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Report this Post10-22-2009 04:56 AM Click Here to See the Profile for AustralianClick Here to visit Australian's HomePageClick Here to Email AustralianSend a Private Message to AustralianDirect Link to This Post
I do prefer these wrap around spoilers i will request fastback pics too dont want to hijack thread i just would like to see them too..
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I bought mine from Doug at Fiero Warehouse. www.fierowarehouse.com
18th item down on this list: http://www.ovis.net/~dmkfiero/fiberglassparts.html
The quality is excellent from them.
From the website:
 
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WRAP AROUND REAR SPOILER:
The Wrap Around Rear Spoiler is constructed of fiberglass and designed to provide an attractive and functional addition to any Fiero, except 1986 thru 1988 Fastback bodies. The spoiler fits directly on the stock Fiero rear deck and provides aerodynamic down force on the rear of the car at high speeds. This results in improved traction and handling stability. $400



Here are pics of mine:





Here's one when I had the Indy Scoop:



Mine is bolted on and I used some small rubber pads about 1/16" thick at the mounting points. The reason for this is to leave a small gap so water doesn't pool on the decklid. Some folks have had them glassed in, but pooling water can be an issue.


Jncomutt's IMSA spoiler that was glassed on:


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Report this Post10-22-2009 08:54 AM Click Here to See the Profile for topher_timeClick Here to Email topher_timeSend a Private Message to topher_timeDirect Link to This Post
Here is/was mine:


Strongest running 2.8 I have ever driven. Parted it out, for the most part, rust finally got this one. Was my turbo test car, built 3 or 4 different turbo set ups on it.
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The first & orignal with Freds. Mine is actually mounted slightly off center being the first try at this type of spoiler on a Fiero. Rick B

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ZZ4 TPI V8 up on wheel dollies under wraps in my garage waiting for me to finish install of B pillar speakers and a different radio, clean the interior and reinstall the seats.
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Here's a different wrap around



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nice..i have one too to install on a dew decklid ...any tips on installing one/lessons learned?
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The OE screws are usually rusted to bits so stainless screws are in order. Getting the screw holes lined up is the trick. If you screw in some 2" screws into the holes and then set the spoiler down on the deck lid, on the screws, you can mark the locations fairly easily if you put masking tape on the decklid ahead of it.

Also, the gaskets may be shot. You may want to fab some new ones.

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I have one for sale. Its one that was made by the Fibersmith a few years back and I was going to use it on my car, but as some of you know I ended up going a different direction. Ill take $200+ shipping for it. It is made to mold in, and is made of pretty thick fiberglass. I will get some pictures up later.
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Originally posted by Oreif:

Mine is bolted on and I used some small rubber pads about 1/16" thick at the mounting points. The reason for this is to leave a small gap so water doesn't pool on the decklid. Some folks have had them glassed in, but pooling water can be an issue.


I did the same and would suggest the same.
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Report this Post10-22-2009 03:35 PM Click Here to See the Profile for KitskaboodleClick Here to Email KitskaboodleSend a Private Message to KitskaboodleDirect Link to This Post
87 Registry...what car is that off of?
Also, do you have some more pics of that install?

I too am a poor man and cant really afford the Fierowarehouse version which I recall is around $400.
And no, I dont want to go the fiberglass route.

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That is the Sundance spoiler. $25 at any U-pull wrecking yard. They fit amazingly well and appear stock

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Originally posted by Arns85GT:
That is the Sundance spoiler. $25 at any U-pull wrecking yard. They fit amazingly well and appear stock

Arn


yup - that is what I am doing with mine right now.
I plan on filling the 3 open spots tho, so it is actually functional
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Report this Post10-22-2009 06:06 PM Click Here to See the Profile for mafv8Click Here to Email mafv8Send a Private Message to mafv8Direct Link to This Post
Here's mine I picked up the spoiler at the 25th

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Originally posted by Kitskaboodle:

87 Registry...what car is that off of?
Also, do you have some more pics of that install?

I too am a poor man and cant really afford the Fierowarehouse version which I recall is around $400.
And no, I dont want to go the fiberglass route.

Kit


Dodge Shadow - paid $25 for it at the local yard. Install is very easy. Just lay it on the deck lid - mark the spots to drill the holes for the stock bolts and screws - attach and you are done. Took me about 10 min, to do. The spoiler does not match the flow of the deck exactly so you might want to put a slightly thicker gasket in to take up the space but that is the only real issue. It took me longer to get the courage up to drill into my best deck lid then to do the whole thing.
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Originally posted by Arns85GT:

That is the Sundance spoiler. $25 at any U-pull wrecking yard. They fit amazingly well and appear stock

Arn


Yup, I check my pick a part yard for one everytime I go. One day I will find one and it will make it's way onto my Fiero.
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Thanks for all the pics. Some really nice examples. I love the one glassed in. I would deal with the pooling water if it looked that nice on my decklid. Will probably have to go with a bolt on for mine.

My search goes on for a spoiler for my formula.

That dodge shadow spoiler would have been made for the fiero if only it were about 1 and 1/2 inch wider on both sides. Still looks great as it is though.
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Originally posted by Oreif:

Jncomutt's IMSA spoiler that was glassed on:



That is now my car. I had to do away with that because I couldn't stand the water not draining. That car also had a Mustang scoop on the decklid, so any time you hit the brakes or backed up all the water got dumped on the engine. Here it is now:

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Originally posted by FieroMonkey:


That dodge shadow spoiler would have been made for the fiero if only it were about 1 and 1/2 inch wider on both sides. Still looks great as it is though.


Actually it is a perfect fit on the 85 GT. The notch in the top of the spoiler lines up exactly with the seam between the lid and the fender. It looks factory once it is on the car.

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I thought the front edges on 87 REGISTRY's car looked too far away from the bottom edge of the notch back clip where it swoops down to meet the decklid line. Still looks good though in my opinion.

But on wikid_one 's they seem to meet it perfectly. Are the shadow spoilers flexible? i mean, can you bend them slightly to get the front edges of the spoiler to meet the edge of the notch back clip? or is it just an illusion of the pic you posted wikid_one. looks pretty nice.

wikid_one i sent you a PM and email question

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Originally posted by Arns85GT:


Actually it is a perfect fit on the 85 GT. The notch in the top of the spoiler lines up exactly with the seam between the lid and the fender. It looks factory once it is on the car.

Arn


I agree. If it was any wider it wouldn't fit. I guess it could be just a tad wider at the rear of the car. I wish that it was an inch or so longer on the two arms and that they came to more of a point rather then being rounded on the end. But for $25 and ten minuets of work no other part of the car has ever gotten more attention then the spoiler has.
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Originally posted by 87 REGISTRY:


I agree. If it was any wider it wouldn't fit. I guess it could be just a tad wider at the rear of the car. I wish that it was an inch or so longer on the two arms and that they came to more of a point rather then being rounded on the end. But for $25 and ten minuets of work no other part of the car has ever gotten more attention then the spoiler has.


no doubt. for $25.00 you can not beat it with a stick!
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I think it is just the angle of the picture. I don't like that picture anyways because it shows off my crappy first paint job . Lets give this one a try and see if it look any different to you.

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still looks like a good fit. Not sure what you mean about the paint. looks nice to me. wish I had the gravitas to paint a car myself.
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Originally posted by mafv8:

Here's mine I picked up the spoiler at the 25th





Wow, that's a great looking clean car!

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Originally posted by FieroMonkey:

still looks like a good fit. Not sure what you mean about the paint. looks nice to me. wish I had the gravitas to paint a car myself.


I'm not complaining too much about it since it was a first try with a completely incorrect gun. I didn't do a good job of spraying clear on the edges of the panels. If you look at the first image, you can see white where wax and polishing compound has become permanently stuck to the decklid. If i try and take it off then the paint comes with it.
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Originally posted by wikid_one:

I think it is just the angle of the picture. I don't like that picture anyways because it shows off my crappy first paint job . Lets give this one a try and see if it look any different to you.



I like it!!
The Sundance/Shadow spoiler looks "good" from the side but looks "great" from behind!

Will be searching the local Pick-N-Pull's this weekend for one.....wish me luck!

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Originally posted by Kitskaboodle:


I like it!!
The Sundance/Shadow spoiler looks "good" from the side but looks "great" from behind!

Will be searching the local Pick-N-Pull's this weekend for one.....wish me luck!

Kit


Good Luck!

I stopped by one today and found it. WOOHOO I GOT ONE!! I've checked the local one several times. I went down to Salt Lake City to a different one. Last time I'll go to that place... The spoiler was $37.99, not bad. I also grabbed a seatbelt to add to our rear seat in the Bonneville. That way our 4 children each will have there own lap belt. The belt was $15.99... WTF? Damn me for being honest!! I coulda put that in my tool bag that they didn't bother to check on my way out! Yeah well, I wouldn't have done that anyways /sigh. Then to top it all off, while they had the spoiler (Yay!) they didn't have one single Fiero in that whole yard... Or a TA, which I'd like to get the vents from for the front fenders.

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Well since I don't see any pictures showing how the spoiler lines up wth the trunk, I thought I'd post some.

The thing I noticed is this spoiler has a groove in it along the edge of the color division. This groove actually lines up suprisingly well with the edges of the deck lid.

Passenger side.


Driver side.



I had to drill a few holes in the bottom of the deck lid to gain access to the spoiler studs. Once mounted there is a little bit of space here and there that could maybe use a 1/16" neoprene gasket to fill. I'm going to pick some up and try it. Preliminary test fit looks okay though.

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Kit, if you don't have any luck up there, come on down. I saw several of those last weekend down here. I used to have a car with one of these on it too. They look and fit great!

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The Dodge Shadow Wing is a very good fit for the fiero. Many people thought it was stock when I had mine installed.

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Do they cause more turbulence of wind in the back end? The solid ones, not so much the Shadow's.

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doublec4, you have probably my all time favorite notchie. Makes me want one again. I used to have a similar 86SE and loved it.
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I've installed a spoiler from a '92 Lumina on my '84. It's quite subtle, and I've purposely mounted it quite far back so that it actually hangs over the rear edge of the decklid quite a bit. Have a look at the car Here on the autocross track.

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